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STAGECOACH 1963 



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Barbara Gilbert , Business Manager 





THE HAND MOVES 



pages 20-29 



Orientation 

Freshman Class 
Sigma-Mu Associations 
Handbook Committee 
Special Students 



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Senior Class 

Circle 

Beacon 

Commercial Students 

May Queen and Court 

Outstanding Seniors 

Marshals 

Senior Superlatives 

The Stagecoach 



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Dedication 



"Sometimes a thoroughly dedicated and able man 
dwells in a community touching and inspiring the 
lives of all with whom he comes in contact." This 
man is the true inspiration of all dwelling in the 
community of St. Mary's. His faith in the students 
as individuals provides a challenge for the perfec- 
tion of character. He is the guiding light for all the 
doubts and uncertainties which each girl experiences 
while in school. He is known on campus for his 
great optimism and cheerfulness which infects all. 

Because, Dr. Guerry, through your humble quiet- 
ness and mumbled explanations of your "inade- 
quacy" comes the truth — 

Because "by being blessed by being at St. Mary's," 
you have truly been a blessing to mankind — 

Because you are a great man and a great teacher, 
we proudly dedicate the 1963 Stagfxoach to you. 



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We arrive at St. Mary'i 




So we examine ourselves, 

Timidly at first, 
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Orientation 




Cydne and Mary Stella welcome both old and new girls to 
the 1962-1963 school year. 




A fond farewell from Father to Daughter 





'We'll never tell 



It's that way! 



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Y.W.C.A. 



At St. Mary's, the Y.W.C.A. is a fellowship of 
students which is active in both civic and campus 
activities. One of the most rewarding products this 
group undertakes is the party at the orphanage each 
Christmas. Through the Y.W.C.A. each student is 
given an opportunity to develop interests which lie 
outside the work of the classroom. 




Cornelia Fitzgerald, president. 




First row: Alleen Cater, Lynn Rothstein, Marsha Daniel. Winbourne Shaffer, Burwell Reid. Lola Kearney, Mary Stallings. 
Second row: Mary Grimes, Libby Beurry. Betty Pat Parson. Russell Maddox. Mary Frances Stanton. Sandy Johnson, Jo- 
anna Houston, Cornelia Fitzgerald. Third row: Hilda Little. Diane Littlefield. Diane Ricks. Panthea T witty, Anita Strickland. 
Angie Mewborn. Louise Liebscher. 



FRESHMEN 




OFFICERS: Emaly Pemberton. treasurer: Kinsey Sabiston, vice-president: Anne Underwood, president: Lela Cowardin. 
secretary. 

In September there appeared a maze of new faces, mostly feminine, and all of them looked so very much 
alike. We were eager and wanted to explore the unfamiliar: but there was too much movement and too little 
time to he alone or quiet. Yet by May, we had learned to live and work in close proximity to each other, 
and the traditions of St. Mary's had become part of our way of life. 

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We swallowed our hearts as we drove through the 
gates on September 15th. We opened only one eye 
when our roommates timidly introduced themselves. 
Eyeshadow at breakfast was soon replaced by circles, 
and "clod pants" became the uniform. The Char- 
grill was discovered, and we began to avoid the 
scales. Now we laugh when we think of our first 
date with a college boy — and we still dream of stay- 
ing out until 11 :30. 



FRESHMEN 







Margaret Skinner Anderson 
Winston-Salem. N. C. 
Elsie Lucas Barnes 
Wilson. N. C. 
Mary Elizabeth Block 
Wilmington. N. C. 
Nancy Dale Brooks 
Gallatin. Tenn. 













Lucy Tarllon Brown 
Martinsville. Va. 
Josephine Carey Burton 
Kinston. N. C. 
Ihrie Pou Carr 
Durham. N. C. 
Ka'.hie Lou Childers 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Lela Bouldin Cowardin 
Richmond. Va. 
Ann Dorsey Day 
Virginia Beach. Va. 
Charlsie Elizabeth Dearing 
Raleigh. N. C. 
Debra Ann Ellis 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Diane Harrelson 
Tabor City. N. C. 
Penny Louise Holder 
Atlanta. Ga. 
Sara Ballard Houser 
Cherryville. N. C. 
Hetti Greenway Johnson 
Fuquay Springs. N. C. 








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Frances Elizabeth Johnson 

Raleigh. N. C. 

Amoret Ballentine Judd 

Varina, N. C. 

Katherine Kerby 

Tryon. N. C. 

Mary Ann King 

Chapel Hill. N. C. 



Susan Howe Kip 
Chapel Hill. N. C. 
Susan Cooper Lawford 
\ewport News. Va. 
Frances Lee Lewis 
New Canaan. Conn. 
Ella Reese Mayer 
Columbia. S. C. 



Mary Melcher 

Pinehurst. N. C. 

Julia Kathryn Mever-Hansen 

Raleigh. N.C. 

Grace Thompson Moore 

Wilson. N, C. 

Julia Taylor Morton 

Wilmington. N. C. 



FRESHMEN 



Suzanne Wilkes Nagel 
Webster Groves. Mo. 
Karen Ann Oetjen 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Bryan Morehead Parker 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Amey Averill Parsons 
Darlington, S. C. 







Emaly dejarnette Pemberton 
Yanceyville, N. C. 
Carol Ann Pond 
Darlington, S. C. 
Candace Ruth Pruitt 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Alice Hart Purdie 
Dunn. N. C. 



Patricia Jane Renn 
Virginia Beach. Va. 
Molly Jernigan Roper 
Norfolk, Va. 

Elizabeth Jane Roughton 
Thomasville, N. C. 
Cornelia Kinsey Sabiston 
Carthage, N. C. 



Barbara Lynne Strubble 

Raleigh. N. C. 

Alice Norton Tripp 

Madison, Tenn. 

Anne Kyle Underwood 

Charlotte. N. C. 

Ellen Herndon Van Doren 

Richmond, Va. 













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Sigma 




Linda Connelly, President; Nelson Pemberton. Vice-Presi- 
dent. 




"Twist and Shout' — the Siema's won! 



Sigma Cheerleaders 




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Left to right: Mary Stallings. Ann Branch, Shirley Keedwell. Francie Lewis. Patti Grier. Monica Goubaud. Kate Snioot. Carol 
Cantwell, Gene Grantham. Man Stuart Dent, Tay Ashford. 



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Flo Pitts. President; Verna Gillam, Vice-President. 




Waiting for the "spirit of the Mu's" to initiate a little action. 



Mu Cheerleaders 




Left to right: Barbara Martin. June Peoples, Betsy Garett, Susan Spaulding, Roses Watson, Perry Grimes, Susie Nagal, Susan 
Kipp, Sue White. 




Handbook 

Committee 



The Handbook Committee works hard to 
publish a booklet of the rules, regulations, 
activities, and responsibilities of the girls at 
St. Mary's. This hook is mailed to each girl 
before she arrives at St. Marys so that she 
may be made aware of the many facets of 
St. Mary's life. 



Mary Roper 

Editor of the Handbook 





Left to right: Pat McNulty, Mary Roper. Beth Sanders, Kay Miller. Perry Grimes. Ann Scutt. 



Special Students 



Evanthis V. Aretakis 

Raleigh, N. C. 



Genevieve Jeffreys 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Dottie Sue Nahikian 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Elsie Lee Butler 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Deanna Johnston 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Eileen Mazelle Nicholson 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Virginia Lee Byrum 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Joanna Rae Lawrence 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Nancy Ruth Pettigrew 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Donna Helen Crisp 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Anne Elizabeth Ly 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Florence Chan Poyner 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Joan Kay Etchells 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Patricia Ann Lynn 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Margaret Smedes Poyner 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Martha Jane Hall 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Barbara Ann Miller 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Reva Vistal Rothrock 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Julia Jeffreys Hartigan 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Patricia Ann Mooney 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Alethia Jeanne Smith 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Leesa Heidelberg 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Emma Anne Rutledge Moore 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Judith Annette Watkins 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Eugene Albert Homme 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Donna Kay Wetmore 
Raleigh, N. C. 



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Richard G. Stone 
President 



Dr. Richard G. Stone's broad perspective, his high standards, and his firmness in times of crisis provide 
steady guidance for life at St. Mary's. His dedication to the students and his interest in all phases of the 
school have made St. Mary's a real "home away from home." 



Miss Edith A. Richardson 




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Miss Edith A. Richardson is an invaluable asset 
to St. Mary's. "Miss R." spends immeasurable hours 
assisting the students with the many decisions con- 
cerning college life. Her thoughtful manner and her 
calm poise are inspirations to all St. Mary's girls. 



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The Reverend Moultrie Guerry 



Dr. Moultrie Guerry has the perfect blending of 
dignity and enthusiastic wit to be a model for us all. 
His understanding and interest in us make us realize 
that there is always someone to whom we can turn. 



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Faculty and Staff 




A fleeting nod turns into a glance of recognition. We stand in awe of the faculty's knowledge . . . we 
are grateful for their understanding . . . and we see in them that for which we are reaching. The things 
they have taught us in classes and labs race blindly through our minds. Suddenly, in one brief moment, 
all their efforts are appreciated as what they have taught us falls neatly into place. 



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Staff 



Jane Lawrence Augustine 
A.B.. Alumnae Secretary 

Katie Bullock 
Assistant Dietitian 

Evie Callahan 
Housekeeper 



Annie Kinlaw Harrington 
Secretary 

Julia Jordan 

Purchasing Officer 

Nell Ruth Jewell 
R.N.. Resident Nurse 



Jean Massengill 
Secretary 

Ruth P. Pendergraph 
Resident Counselor 

Chauncey L. Royster 
M.D., Physician 



Margaret Sasser 
Hostess 

Macy Stanton Secroves 
Assistant Nurse 

Stella Todd Smith 
Switchboard Operator 



Della B. Truitt 
B.S., Dietitian 

Elizabeth Gordon Tucker 
Registrar 

Frances Vann 
Bursar 




Not pictured: Kennon T. Beam. B.A.. Manager of Post Office and Bookstore: [samay T. Richardson, B.A.. Resident 
Counselor; Sadie E. Walker, Secretary; Mary Elva Sloan Winstead. Assistant to Alumnae Secretary. 





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Faculty 



Doris Simpson Bailey Physical Education 

B.S., Texas Woman's University; further study at Jacobs 
Pillow, University of Dance. St. Mary's. 1957-. 
Teresa A. C. Barling Latin 

M.A., St. Andrews University, Scotland. St. Mary's. 1962-. 
Ernestine Boineau Commercial Subjects 

A.B.. Winthrop College; further study at Southern Busi- 
ness University and Appalachian State Teachers' College. 
St. Mary's, 1950-. 
Anne W. Bolch French 

B.A., Agnes Scott; University of Little, France. 1960-1961. 
St. Mary's, 1962-. 
Janet R. Broughton Mathematics and French 

A.B.. Lindenwood College; M.A.. Oberlin College. St. 
Mary's, 1940-. 
Russell Broughton, Chairman of Music Department 

Organ, Harmony, History of Music 

Mus.B., Mus.M.. Oberlin College; Fellow of the American 
Guild of Organists; Pi Kappa Lambda; Estey Scholarship. 
Conservatoire Americain. Fontainebleau ; pupil in organ of 
George Whitefield Andrews, Henri Libert; pupil in theory 
of A. E. Seacox; pupil in composition of G. W. Andrews, 
Nadia Boulanger; pupil in improvisation of Marcel Dupre. 
St. Mary's, 1940-. 
Helen Abel Brown Librarian 

A.B., M.A., Middlebury College: A.B. in Library Science, 
University of Michigan. St. Mary's, 1937-. 
Mary Johnson Browne Assistant Librarian 

A.B., Meredith College; M.A.. West Virginia LIniversity. 
St. Mary's. 1952-. 

Owens Hand Browne Chemistry 

B.S., North Carolina State College; Ph.D., The Johns 
Hopkins University. St. Mary's, 1950-. 
Geraldine Spinks Cate Voice, Glee Club 

A.B.. University of South Carolina; Mus.B.. Westminster 
Choir College; M.A. in Music. Teachers College. Columbia 
University; pupil of Julie Belle Soudant. St. Mary's, 1940-. 
Louise Keith Cell English 

B.A., Texas Woman's University; M.A.. Southern Metho- 
dist University. St. Mary's, 1952-. 

Robert Lee Green Connelly, Chairman of Foreign Lan- 
guage Department French, Spanish 

A.B., M.A., University of North Carolina; graduate study 
at Sorbonne, Paris. St. Mary's, 1940-. 
Florence Jean Eggert Spanish 

A.B., M.A., University of Kansas. St. Mary's, 1957-. 
Mary Oliver Ellington Biology 

B.S.. Logwood College; B.S.. North Carolina State College. 
St. Mary's, 1947-1952; 1957-. 
Catherine W. Fish Biology 

B.A., Vassar College; M.S., The Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity. St. Mary's, I960-. 
Moultrie Guerry Bible 

B.A., University of the South; B.D., D.D., Virginia Theo- 
logical Seminary. St. Mary's. 1957-. 
Mary Ruth Haig Piano 

De Pauw University School of Music: Graduate in piano, 
pupil of James Frisian, Julliard School of Music; B.S. in 
Music Education. Teachers College. Columbia University; 
M.S., in Piano. Juilliard School of Music; pupil of Sascha 
Gorodnitzki. pupil of Robert and Gaby Casadesus and Mine. 
Alice Gaultier-Leon. Conservatoire Americain. Fontaine- 
bleau. St. Mary's, 1937-. 



Mary Louise Jones Physical Education 

B.A.. M.E., University of North Carolina. St. Mary's, 
1961-. 
Sara Esther Jones English 

B.S., Asheville College; M.A.. George Peabody College 
for Teachers. St. Mary's, 1947-. 
Annie Ruth Lineberry Mathematics 

A.B., Meredith College; M.A., Columbia University. St. 
Mary's, 1927-. 
Mabel Margaret Morrison, Chairman, Social Studies 

History, Psychology 

A.B., M.A., Dalhousie University; Ph.D.. University of 
Toronto. St. Mary's. 1929-. 
Donald Peery Piano, Theory 

Mus.B.. Oberlin College. Columbia LIniversity; pupil of 
Rosalyn Tureck and Frank Sheridan, New York: Adjudica- 
tor, National Guild Auditions. St. Mary's, 1940-41; 1944-. 
Carolyn Peacock Poole English, History 

A.B.. Meredith College; M.A.. Oberlin College. St. Mary's, 
1953-. 
Herbert Shellans Anthropology, Sociology 

A.B., Brooklyn College; M.A., LIniversity of North Caro- 
lina. St. Mary's, 1953 — temporary leave of absence as of 
January, 1963. 
Julienne Mongin Smith French, Spanish 

A.B.. M.A., LIniversity of South Carolina; Certificat 
d'Etudes. Sorbonne. Paris. St. Mary's. 1943-. 
Nancy White Stamey Dramatics, Speech 

Graduate of Columbia College of Speech and Drama. 
Chicago. 111. St. Mary's, 1957-. 
Martha S. Stoops History, Government 

A.B., Mary Baldwin College; M.A.. LIniversity of Wiscon- 
sin. St. Mary's, I960-. 
John LT. Tate. Jr., Chairman, English English 

A.B.. Louisiana State LIniversity; M.A.. University of 
North Carolina. St. Mary's, 1957-. ' 
Margaret Click Williams Art, History of Art 

B.F.A.. M.F.A.. The Woman's College of the University 
of North Carolina. St. Mary's. 1956-. 



Not pictured: 

Mona Corbett Bradburn Hygiene, Physical Education 
B.S., Memphis State University. St. Mary's. 1962-. 

Walter George German 

B.A.. LIniversity of Marburg, Germany; M.A.. LIniversity 

of Nebraska. St. Mary's, 1962-. 

Beverly Richardson Gilliam Accompanist- 

Pupil of Myron Myers at Southwestern College. St. 

Mary's. 1961-. 

Ira 0. Jones Anthropology, Sociology 

Ph.B.. University of Chicago; M.A.. LIniversity of Omaha; 

Ph.D., LIniversity of Nebraska. St. Mary's. January. 1963-. 

Laura Crossan Nicholson English 

B.A.. Duke University; M.A., University of North Caro- 
lina. St. Mary's, 1962-. 

T. Hardie Park Economics 

B.A.. Vanderbilt University. St. Mary's, January. 1963-. 

Charles Henry Ufen Economies 

A.B.. University of North Carolina. St. Mary's. 1962— 

temporary leave of absence as of January. 1963. 



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Sophomore Class 




OFFICERS: Susan Spaulding, president: Winburne Shaffer, vice-president; Gretehen Bullard. secretary: Ann Hoover Smith, 
treasurer. 



We come back, discovering that there is someone younger than ourselves, and we carefully inspect her. 
Scfapbooks, old clothes, and old annuals are left behind, and we face our sophomore year with the knowl- 
edge that we are slowly gaining our individual places in the world. 



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We realize that we have changed . . . even Elsie 
has!!! Participation becomes the keynote in our lives 
as we branch out to join organizations. We remember 
the Orientation Talent Show with the antics of "Lui- 
wigi" and "Cherub" ... we remember tunafish sand- 
wiches on Friday night . . . and we remember the 
blur of lights as the Beacon walked up the front steps. 
We begin to look to the future and know that soon 
Counselor Haynes will no longer entertain us with 
her "uke." Graduation nears and we suddenly real- 
ize how many of the "great" beach trips never ma- 
terialized . . . and that the "one and only" we were 
so sure of in September is now a pleasant memory. 
As we go out the front door, we catch a glimpse of 
ourselves in the mirror by the door . . . and we see 
ourselves secure and happy from the common experi- 
ences we have shared at St. Mary's. 




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SOPHOMORES 



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Terrie Allen 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Kristin Eleanor Augustine 

Bellefontaine, Ohio 
Mary James Baskervill 

Stony Creek, Va. 
Michelle Telfair Bratton 

Raleigh. N. C. 



Mary Boyd Brown 

Winnshoro, S. C. 
Mildred Gretchen Bullard 

Wilson. N. C. 
Laura Laing Burbank 

Concord, N. C. 
Carol Holland Cantwell 

Burgaw. N. C. 



Jeannie Lee Cashion 

Wadesboro, N. C. 
Alleen Williams Cater 

Anniston. Ala. 
Louise Wilson Clark 

Tarhoro, N. C. 
Sarah Melinda Connelly 

Morganton, N. C. 



Sara Jane Cottle 

Raleigh. N. C. 
Patricia White Cranford 

Greensboro, N. C. 
Marsha Clayton Daniel 

Raleigh. N. C. 
Mary Stuart Dent 

Jacksonville. Fla. 



Monica Frances Goubaud 

Winter Park. Fla. 
Grethen Gene Grantham 

Wilson. N. C. 
Mary Perry Grimes 

Lexington. N. C. 
Rosalie Fallon Hanlev 

Raleigh. N. C. 



Elizabeth Vardeman Harris 

Chapel Hill. N. C. 
Elsie Dunn Hines 

New Bern. N. C. 
Ann Holcombe 

Greensboro. N. C. 
Gene Ann King 

Tampa. Fla. 



Moya Jean Lavin 

Fayetteville. N. C. 
Caroline Dudley Lester 

Catersville, Ga. 
Flora Katherine Melvin 

Roseboro, N. C. 
Andrea Mewborn 

Raeligh, N. C. 



SOPHOMORES 



Linda Jane Morris 

Siler City, N. C. 
Leah Graves Osgood 

Richmond. Va. 
Betty Patrick Parson 

Stony Creek, Va. 
Sally Louise Poindexter 

Aberdeen, N. C. 



Mary Louisa Ravenel 

Winnsboro. S. C. 
Winifred Ann Richert 

Raleigh. N. C. 
Susan Dianne Ricks 

Jaratt, Va. 
Evelyn Ruth Rothstein 

Raleigh, N. C. 



Betty Ruffin Rudisill 

Lincolnton, N. C. 
Charlotte Winborne Shaffer 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 
Ann Hoover Smith 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Mary Lindsay Smith 

Raleigh, N. C. 



Susan Harrison Spaulding 

Chase City, Va. 
Alice Leone Stallings 

Thomasville. N. C. 
Stephanie Ann Swain 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Helen Lynn Watson 

Raleigh. N. C. 



Elizabeth Lawrence Way 

Charlotte. N. C. 
Amelia Talbert Wilson 

Darlington, S. C. 
Helen Wright 

Wrightsville Beach, N. 
Mary Wadleigh Wright 

Bluffton, S. C. 






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Sarah Rand, Fire Captain 



Assembly Chairman 



The ting of a bell . . . the shuffling of feet . . . 
and Ann's soft, Georgian "will the assembly please 
come to order" are familiar sounds on Tuesday 
and Thursday mornings. Ann Smith, the assembly 
chairman, exercises poise, responsibility, and origi- 
nality in the assembly programs that are held twice 
a week at St. Mary's. 



Fire Captain 

Raincoats . . . towels . . . flashlights . . . and 
shouts of "why this morning. Sarah?" fly through 
the halls with the long blasts of the fire siren. Sarah 
Rand, the fire captain at St. Mary's, has the re- 
sponsibility of carrying out fire drills with the co- 
operation ol the Raleigh Fire Department. 




Ann Smith, Assembly Chairman 



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Canterbury 
Club 



Members of the Canter- 
bury Club meet every 
Sunday night to discuss 
religion in the world to- 
day. It is an organization 
which welcomes all de- 
nominations to its meet- 
ings. Under the leadership 
of G r e t c h e n Craig as 
president, this club has 
various projects through- 
out the year, such as 
selling blazers. 



Front row: Jane Deloach. Elizabeth Bird. Katti 
Second row: Judy Morton, Panthea Twitty. 



Gretchen Craig. President. 



Dance Marshals 



A friendly smile and a cheerful greeting are 
typical of the Dance Marshals elected by each 
class. These girls have the responsibility of plan- 
ning and supervising the class dances held at St. 
Mary's. Dependability and originality are two 
basic requirements for this office. The results of 
the Dance Marshals' work is a night of pleasant 
memories. 




Left lo right: Ann Branch. Ann Hundley. Candy Carr. \ol 
pictured: Ann Richerts. 



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We try to assimilate our ideas 

To formulate our values — 




Haynes Walker, President 



Belle Williams 
President oj the Day Students 

Student Government 



Verna Gillam, Vice-President 




Cydne Wright, Secretar 



Mary Stella Leak 
Chairman oj Hall Council 



Nelson Pemberton 

Secretary oj Hall Council 



Honor Council 




Left to right: Tay Ashford. Belle Williams, Alice Haywood, Dianne Ricks, Verna Gillam. Haynes Walker, Cydne Wright. 
Bet Taylor, Marilyn Koonce, Reide Watson. 



Tlie Honor Council at St. Mary's has striven to "achieve a balance between consistency and individual 
concern in handling all cases." Each member thinks independently and acts according to the dictates of her 
judgment. This judicial branch of the Student Government interprets the Honor Code and exercises fairness 
in dealing with any violations. 



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Mary Stella Leak. Chairman oj Hall Council 



Nelson Pemberton. Mary Stella Leak, and Karen Herndon 
are the three permanent members of the Disciplinary Com- 
mittee of Hall Council. 



Hall Council 



An important part of Student Government is the Hall Council. It is composed of the hall counselors 
and of the day students' representatives. This council, under the leadership of Mary Stella Leak, meets 
weekly to decide upon matters outside the authority of the Honor Council. 




First row: Matilda Gholson. Gee Canada. Cornelia Johnson. Mary Parham. Nelson Pemberton. Havnes Walker. Second rote: 
Reide Watson. Kathy Ligon. Frances McLanahan. Susan Goode. Barbara Martin. Ann Smith. Marx Stella Leak. Ann Farmer. 
Cydne Wright, Verna Gillam. Third row: Mary Roper. Nannie Hussey, Parks Freeze. Caroline Walker. Sarah Rand. Mickey 
Singletary. Alice Gribbin. Pat McNulty. Phyllis Cannon. Fourth row: Margaret Allen. Stewart Howie. Sally Stevens. Nancy 
Baum. Weldon Cabel. Not pictured: Belle Williams, Bettie White. Debbie Levine. Nell Bailey, and Karen Herndon. 




Legislative Body 



"Freshman cannot date on Friday night and Sen- 
iors must be in by midnight on Saturday" is a 
familiar sound after "Leg." Body meetings. The 
Legislative Body, under the chairmanship of Verna 
Gillam, considers petitions concerning changes in 
social and dormitory life. This group is composed 
of the Student Government officers, faculty advisors, 
and representatives efected by the various classes. 



Verna Gillam, Chai, 




Sealed: Eleanor Stovve. Susan Spaulding. Betty Gee Herndon, Mary Roper. Verna Gillam. Haynes Walker. Gee Canada. Ann 
Underwood, Ann Dorsey Day. Standing: Belle Williams. Harriet King. Roses Watson, Perry Grimes. 



Junior Class 




OFFICERS: Clare Garden, treasurer: Roses Watson, president: Martha Weeks, secretary: Alice Du Pre. vice-president. 

In llie first year of college, we discover each other in all night talks. We suddenly see a different side 
of ourselves — a more serious side. Purpose in life becomes a reality to face, and we develop a genuine 
interest in the world around us. By the end of the year, we are ready to take our places as the leaders of 
St. Marv's. 






We have never seen such confusion as opening: 
day — the name tags, the introductions, trunks, and 
the torrents of rain. The rain, however, does not 
dampen our spirits — for at long last we are in col- 
lege. Now we can recollect. It seems no time ago 
that we gazed curiously at our new roommates, hop- 
ing that they, too, have to roll up their hair every 
night. September is filled with trying to learn phone 
hours, remembering to sign out, and wishing desper- 
ately that we were at home. The confusion soon 
becomes familiarity as the football week-ends, fra- 
ternity parties, and Saturday classes turn into reality. 



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JUNIORS 



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Sallie Burton Adams 
Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

Pamela Ann Allison 
Lookout Mountain, Tenn. 

Octavia Susan Ashford 
New Bern, N. C. 













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Carol Lynne Ashley 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Sara Jean Bagley 
Lenoir, N. C. 

Julia Ann Bahr 
Savannah, Ga. 



Beverly Kay Bailey 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Nancy Gray Baker 
Raleigh, N." C. 

Pamela Marie Baker 
Hickory, N. C. 



Mary Barbee Ball 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Margaret Cauthen Bell 
Columbia, S. C. 

Elizabeth McLaughlin Bird 
Weldon, N. C. 



Elizabeth Bryd Bobbit 
Warrenton, N. C. 

Barbara Conoley Bonner 
Irving, Texas 

Glenda Jane Bowers 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Gwendolen Nesta Brannon 
Durham, N. C. 

Carolyn Tuggle Broun 
Martinsville. \ a. 

Virginis Falls Burrows 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 



Katherine Douglas Camion 
Charleston, S. C. 

Susan DeWitt Carr 
Armonk, N. Y. 

Marjorie Anne Chamberlain 
Columbia, S. C. 





JUNIORS 




Anne Maury Chapman 
Richmond, Va. 

Anne Wilson Cheatham 
Smithfield, N. C. 

Susan Carol Cook 
Clinton, N. C. 




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Juliet Anne Couns 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Gretchen Jean Craig 
Durham, N. C. 

Nancy Ray Dame 
Bethesda, Md. 






Linda Lee Davenport 
Greenville, N. C. 

Sylvia Jackson Dawson 
Elizabeth City, N. C. 

Anne Cheshire de la Vergne 
Salt Point, N. Y. 






Jane Talley DeLoach 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Susan Margaret Dixey 
Columbia, S. C. 

Alexa Irene Draxler 

Morganton, N. C. 



Judith Carole Dudley 
Washington, N. C. 

Katherine Burke Duncan 
Apex, N. C. 

Alice Young DuPre 
Mount Pleasant, S. C. 







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JUNIORS 






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Margaret Arnold Eason 
Salisbury, N. C. 

Ann Clifton Edwards 
Durham. \. C. 

Susan Haughton Ehringhaus 

Raleigh. N. C. 



Mary Hart Ellison 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Bonnie Latham Farthing 
Lenoir. N. C. 



Susan Nancy Ferebee 
New Bern. N. C. 









Dorothy Jane Ferree 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Sharon Anne Floyd 
Orlando, Fla. 

Alice Kellogg Gann 
Atlanta, Ga. 








Clare Hethorn Garden 
Kenbridge, Va. 

Jean Elizabeth Garnett 
Alexandria. Va. 

Elizabeth Chambers Garrett 

Norfolk, Va. 



Kathrvn Ward Geddie 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Danelle Elsie Germino 
Durham. N. C. 

Margaret Etheredge Graham 
Durham. N. C. 






Patricia Hamilton Grier 
Fort Mill. S. C. 

Nancy Urquhart Griffin 

Woodville. N. C. 

Penelope Hall 
Raleiah. N. C. 



Gaye Karyl Harris 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Elizabeth Geneva Herndon 
Henderson, N. C. 

Mavis Helena Hill 
Hickory, N. C. 





JUNIORS 




Ann Gaskill Hundley 
Wallace, N. C. 

Elsie Laura Hines 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Janie Palmer Judd 

Varina, N. C. 






Lola Young Kearney 
Snow Hill, N. C. 

Elizabeth Bradford Lane 
Cynthiana, Ky. 

Emmie Chaplin Lee 
Florence, S. C. 






Frances Ellen Leonard 
Richmond, Va. 

Mary Clare Loyd 
Lynchburg, Va. 

Laurie Anne McEachern 
Raleigh, N. C. 






Russell Kyle Maddox 
Rome, Ga. 

Henrietta Caroline Mahany 
Savannah, Ga. 

Millicent Carrie Marsden 
High Point, N. C. 






Lynn Holt Matthias 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Virginis Magruder Maupin 
Wake Forest. N. C. 

Adele Downey Mavnard 
Nashville, N. C. 






JUNIORS 








Sarah Mitchell 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Linda Greene Moore 
Asheboro, N. C. 

Patricia Ann Mudder 
Manchester. Ga. 



Elizabeth Frances Nixon 
Elizabeth City, N. C. 

Gwendolyn Nolan 
Spartanburg, S. C. 

Elizabeth Jane O'Bryan 
Greensboro, N. C. 






Anne Harriet Palmer 

Sumter, S. C. 

Susan June Peoples 
Pittsboro, N. C. 

Julia Gugson Perry 
Siler City, N. C. 






Elizabeth Anne Phifer 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Sarah Helen Pierce 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Elizabeth Lee Ponton 
Raleigh. N. C. 








Martha B. Powell 
Durham. N. C. 

Nancy Wilkins Powell 
Petersburg, Va. 

Marv Margaret Preston 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Janet Price 
Wilmington. N. C. 

Marion Elizabeth Purcell 
Salisbury. N. C. 

Mary Stewart Quern 
Charlotte. N. C. 



Alice Burwell Reid 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Virginia Macon Remsburg 
Goldsboro, N. C. 

Ann Hinton Richards 
Warrenton, Va. 



JUNIORS 






Margaret Carver Richardson 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Anne Carlyle Roberts 
Richmond, Va. 

Elizabeth Jane Ross 
Concord, N. C. 



Lily Farley Ross 
Opelika, Ala. 

Elizabeth Langhorne Sanders 
Arlington, Va. 

Mary Lucinda Schwartz 
Sanford, N. C. 








Mary Lanier Scott 
Lynchburg, Va. 

Pamela Ann Scott 
Fair Bluff, N. C. 

Ellen Jordan Scurry 
Columbia, S. C. 






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Kathleen Mallory Simpson 
Orlando, Fla. 

Donnie Ann Slade 
LaGrange, N. C. 

Margaret Valentine Smith 
Birmingham, Ala. 






Catharine Smoot 
Tarboro, N. C. 

Martha Ann Soper 
Delray Beach, Fla. 

Louise McMurry Sory 
Palm Beach, Fla. 






JUNIORS 










Rosemary Lee Sparkman 

Tampa. Fla. 

Susan I. anion Spangler 
Danville, Va. 

Marilyn Ann Stadler 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Mary Mitchell Stallings 
New Bern, N. C. 

Carol Stewart Stephenson 
Dunn, N. C. 

Virginia Corine Stewart 
Raleigh. N. C. 






Eleanor Colton Stowe 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Isabella Jane Stronach 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Sally Jo Strong 
Raleigh, N. C. 








Susan Lee Strong 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Elizabeth Anderson Taylor 
Chapel Hill. N. C. 

Leslie Harrison Thompson 
Richmond. Va. 



Ann Elizabeth Tinsley 
High Point, N. C. 

Panthea Ann Twitty 
Warrenton, N. C. 

Mary Travis Walker 

Walkerton. Va. 






Lucile Wallice 
Shelby. N. C. 

Dorothy Dayis Walters 
Otis Air Force Base. Mass. 

Barbara Ogden Walton 
Fort Bragg, N. C. 



Rose Patterson Watson 
Columbia, S. C. 

Marion Fuller Webb 
Durham, N. C. 

Aryne Estelle Weeks 
Raleigh, N. C. 



JUNIORS 






Martha Woodall Weeks 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Sue Elizabeth White 
East Tawas, Mich. 

David Kathryn E. Wilborn 
Raleigh, N. C. 






Harriet Thompson Williams 
Columbus, Ohio 

Katherine Vardell Williamson 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Mary Tudor Wilson 
Elizabeth City, N. C. 









Marjorie Ann Winslow 
Scotland Neck, N. C. 

Frances Diane Woodard 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Martha Ann Wright 
Raleigh, N. C. 






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C.C.U.N. 




The Collegiate Council 
for the United Nations is 
an o rganizat ion which 
strives to create an aware- 
ness of and appreciation 
for the United Nations. 
The small discussion 
group tries to stimulate 
interest in international 
events and to make a 
study of world problems. 
Each year the organiza- 
tion sends delegates to a 
regional mock General 
Assembly to voice the 
opinion of a particular 
country. The advisor, Dr. 
Morrison, helps prepare 
the delegates by holding 
current events seminars. 




Nancy Baum, President 



Karen yom Lehn. Student Cn-Ordinator 




Lejt to right: Nancy Dame, Nancy Baum. Karen vom Lehn. Tiki Soper, Bonnie Trotter. Mar) \\ alkrr. 

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Altar Guild 



', The Altar Giukl lias the important 
function of taking care of the chapel and 
assisting in the various services. Alice 
Gribbin has successfully served as presi- 
dent of this organization which has the 
responsibility of looking after the linen, 
books, and flowers for each service. Its 
members also serve as alcolytes which 
have an active part in the Chapel services 
during the week and on Sundays. 



First row: Alice Gribbin, President; Roses 
Watson, Shirley Truitt, Kath Ligon, Reide 
Watson, Tim Sirimonkol, Pat McNulty. Polly 
Hart. Second row: Anne Chamberlain, Bar- 
bara Martin. Mary Stella Leak. Cornelia Fitz- 
gerald. Laura Burbank. Veina Gillam. Third 
row: Matilda Gholson, Jane Deloacb, Flo Mc- 
Neer, Land on Harris, Carol Stephenson. 
Four ill row: Mary Quern. Eleanor Stowe, 
Dianne Littlefield, Jennie Moore. Fifth row: 
Mary Parham, Joanna Houston. Sixth row: 
Julie Bahr. Betty O'Biyan. Seventh row: Har- 
riet King. Frances Pegnes, Becky Timberlake. 
Jess MacFarland. Gail Murphy, Becca Ken- 
drick. Eighth row: Mary Frances Stanton. 
Sandy Johnson. Hilda Little, Kay Miller. 
Donna Day Bissette. 




Alice Gribbin, President 



rst row: Jess MacFarland. Barbara McKenzie. Landon Harris. Second row: Pat 
:Nulty, Frances Pegues, Polly Flart, Vara Henson. Third row: Flo McNeer, Roses 
atson. 



Orchesis 



Self-express i mi in a 
blue leotard . . . creativ- 
ity in the movement of 
an arm . . . and much 
hard work are all found 
in this group. Orchesis, 
under ihe direction of 
Mrs. Doris Bailey, is the 
honorary modern dance 
society at St. Mary's. 
These girls present many 
outstanding programs 
both on and off campus. 




Lejl to right: Flo Pitts, Susan Nagel. Betty Pat Parsons. Candy Pruitt. Mary Roper. Pom Harris. 
Frances McLanahan. 




Susan Goode, President 




Standing: Georgia Roux, Margaret A 
kneeling: Patty Mudder. Jane DeLoach 



Ann Farmer 




Caperettcs 



Precision kicks . . . the whirl of red skirts . . . 
rhythmic sound of taps . . . these things mean the 
Caperettes. This group, newly organized this year, 
is under the supervision of Mrs. Doris Bailey. The 
Caperettes offer much enjoyment to the members 
as well as to the student body. 



Cydne Wright, President 




First row: Lynn Rothstein. Cydne Wright. Judy Rhodes, Patsy Griffin. Faye Spencer. Lola Kearney. Second row: Reide 
Watson. Margaret Allen. Ann Farmer, Carolyn Broun, Mary Preston. Third rote: Peachy Lee. Jewel Ragsdale. Mary Block, 
Isabel Bandy. Not pictured: Nannie Hussey, Shirley Keedwell, Betty Pat Parsons, Gretchen Bullard. 



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The Muse is a literary publication 
which is the result of long hours and 
thoughtful discussions. The pages of 
the Muse are filled with the excellent 
work of the students who excell in 
writing or in art. 




Rosa Beckwith, Editor 




Sealed: Rosa Beckwith. Mary Quern. Betty O'Bryan. Kate Smoot. Jess MacFarland. Frances Pegues. Standing : Eliza- 
beth Lackey. Clare Lloyd, Elizabeth Ponton. Janie Judd, Lily Ross. Anne Chapman. Pam Baker. Panthea Twitty. 



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This year, the St. Mary's biweekly 
publication, The Belles, has offered 
a new style of journalism to the stu- 
dents. Through pertinent editorials, 
witty features, and articles presenting 
the world situation, "the paper has 
achieved an air of distinction. 



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First row: I .call Osgood, Marilyn Koonce, Man B. Brown. Laurie Burbank, Elizabeth Lackey. Rosanne Hollis. Second row: 
Janie Judcl. Bets) Rudisill. Diane Ricks. Betty Pat Parson. Frances McLanahan. Nelson Pemberton, Roses Watson. Third 
row: Betty Gee Herndon, Anne DeLaverne, Dudley Lester. Rosalie Hanlev. Diane Hanclson. Susie Nagel, Mary Block. Hilda 
Little. Fourth rote: Sally Stevens. Ann Richards. Nancy Griffin, Caroline Walker, Sarah Baud. Lily Ross. Harriet Spruill, 
Susan Cook. Sue Battle. Dianne Littlefield. Carol Turner. Judy Randolph. Frances Pegues, Susan Hathaway, Joanna Houston, 
Kay Miller, Alice Hubner, Cornelia Fitzgerald. Flo Pitts. 



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Letter Club 



The Letter Chili consists of girls 
.who have excelled in at least two 
sports throughout the year. The club 
plans the year's sports events, and at 
the end of a year, a banquet is given 
at which a plaque is awarded to the 
team with the most points. The club 
also promotes good sportsmanship and 
keen competition in all sports. 




LETTER CLLB OFFICERS: Firsl row, left to right: Linda Connelly. 
President of the Sigma: Verna Cillam. Vice-President of the Mu's. 
Second row: Nelson Pcmberton. Vice-President of the Sigma's: Lee 
Hopkins. President of the Letter Club: Flo Pitts. President of the 

Mu's. 




First row: Linda Connelly. Bett\ Pat Parsons. Monica Gouhaud. Winborne Shaffer. Verna Cillam. Second row: Nelson 
Pemberton. Lee Hopkins, Helen Watson, Flo Pitts. Marsha Daniels. Gee Canada. 



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Cold Cuts 




First row: Sally Roper, Isabel Bandy, Kay Miller. Carol Turner. Alice Hubner. Martha Fowler. Second 
row: Sue Battle. Weldon Cabell. Nannie Hussey. Margaret Allen. Gigi Canada, Cornelia Johnson, Lan- 
don Harris, Joy Fallow. Third row: Sandy Johnson. Barbara Martin, Becca Kendrick. 



"Little Darling" . . . "Get 'em any where you 
can!" . . . and Gigi's "beatstick" are typical of the 
Cold Cuts. This lively group of girls do much to boost 
the school spirit aside from the entertainment which 
they provide. Dressed in "clod pants," carrying fan- 
tastical instruments, and always with a "song in their 
hearts," the Cold Cuts often venture off campus to 
play for civic clubs and for various fraternities. 





"The Old Guard" with President Isabel Bandy 
at the piano. 



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hara Boxsseau, Marty Fales, Becca Kendrick, Ka> Miller, Missy Wilson, Gretchm Bollard, 
Laurie Borbank, Brenda W right. Second row: Bert Bradshaw, Sarah Rand. Caroline Walker, Rosemary Sparkman, Flo McNeer, Elizabeth Bird, 
Sue White, Susan Cook, Susie Carr, Anne Chapman, Marilyn Stadler, Tay Ashford, Burwell Reid, Gwen Braunon, Roses Watson. 



Y.R.C. 



The Young Republican Club stimulates student 
interest in national government and interest in the 
two party system in North Carolina. This club also 
encourages students to become aware of what is 
going on in the political world. 



Officers: Top to Bottom: Liza Sory, Vice-President: Bert 
Bradshaw. President: Martha Wright. Secretary. 





First row: Susan Houston, Mickey Singletary, Betsy Lane, Clare Garden, Dianne Ricks, Susan Spaulding, Barbara Martin, Mary Parham, Caroline 
Walker, Matilda Gholson, Julia Morton. Jody Burton, Becky Timberlake. Second row: Betsy Ross, Marian Webb, Pain Baker, Betty Pat Parson, 
Nancy Griffin, Anne fie la Vergne, Anne Cheatham, Martha Fowler, Sandy Johnson, Carol Turner. Third row: Barbara Bonner, Russell Maddox, 
Linda Connelly, Nelson Pemherton, Bonnie Farthing, Patty Crier, Winborne Shaffer, Marsha Daniel, Margaret Allen, Cydne Wright, Ann Farmer. 
Fourth row: Mary Quern, Susan Dixey, David Wilborn, Helen Wright, Quince Stewart, Billie Glass, Hilda Little, Diane Littlefield, Anita Strick- 
land, Libby Berry, Barbara McKenize. Fifth row: Eleanor Stowe, Nancy Powell, Elsie Ives, Missy Wilson, Angie Mewborn, Mary Ann King. Ann 
Underwood, Reitle Watson, Alice Purdie, Diane Croonenberghs, Mary Stallings, Lola Kearney. Sixth row: Harriett King, Ann Edwards, Grace 
Moore, Peachy Lee, Marilyn Koonce, Shirley Truitt, Isabel Bandy, Dee Bissette. Marsha Mustard. Cathy Ligon, Perry Crimes. Stewart Howie, Tri- 
cia Reiin, Alice Stallings, Joanna Houston. Seventh row: Verna Gillatn. Gee Canada, Carol Stephenson, Weldon Cabell, Haynes Walker. Leslie 
Thompson, Mavis Hill. Martha Weeks, Terry Barnes. Harriett Spruill, Kit Townsend, Lib Rawlings, Shirley Keedwell, Lynn Rothstein, Barbara 
Boisseau, Mary Frances Stanton. 




Y.D.C. 



The Young Democrats Club 
provides an opportunity for 
students to participate in the 
democratic processes of the 
state and federal governments. 
This group on campus encour- 
ages interest and support of 
the Democratic party. 



Young Democrats Club Officers: Matilda Gholson. President: Ann Farmer. Vice Presi- 
dent; Anita Strickland, Secretary; Barbara McKenzie, Treasurer. 




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Seated: Martha Powell, Sally Adams, Ann Day, Monica Goubaud. Kay Miller, Kay Van Doren, Landon Harris. Marjorie Window. Standing: 
Patricia Wren, Weldon Cabell, Nancy Baum, Pattie Greer, Flo McNeer, Mary Ravenal. Virginia Maupin. Barbara Walton. Betsy Steele, Kit 
Williamson. 



Sea Saints 



The Sea Saints consist of girls who have demon- 
strated aquatic ability and individual style in swim- 
ming. Mrs. Bradliiirn directs this honorary swimming 
club. The highlight oi their activities is a colorful 
water ballet which is presented before the student 
body and citizens of Raleigh. 



Flo McNeer, President 





Dramatics Club 



The Dramatics Club, under the capable direction 
of Mrs. Nancy Stanley, presents two plays each year. 
The Thanksgiving play was "Alice in Wonderland," 
and "The Miracle Worker" was the Commencement 
play. This is certainly one of the most fascinating 
clubs at St. Mary's, and it provides many enjoyable 
evenings of entertainment for the people of Raleigh 
as well as for the students. 



Officers: Leah Osgood. Vice-President; Jess MacFarland 
President. 




First row: Mary Wright. Leali Osgood. Betty Pat Parsons. Becca Kendriek. Laurie Burbank, Georgia Roux, Gretchen Craig, Brenda Wright. del- 
etion Billiard, Candy Pruilt. Second row: Tay Ashford. Roses Watson. Dianne Rieks. Kay Miller. Lilihy lirury. liarhaia ISi>is>e:m. Marty Kali--. 
Joanna Houston. Jt-ss MacFarland, Susan Houston. Third row: Mary Block, Susan Kip. Mary \nn King. Grace Moore, Gigi Canada. Cornelia 
Fitzgerald, Anne Chamberlain, Patty Grier, David Wilhorn, Aileen Cater. Jane Morris. Marsha Daniel, Winbourne Shaffer. 



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Choir 



The Choir adds much to the spiritual 
atmosphere in the Chapel at St. Mary's. 
These girls are under the capable direction 
of Mr. Russell Broughton. The Choir sings 
at every Chapel service, and also presents 
special programs at Christmas and Epiph- 
any. 




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Beginning on left; Tim Sirmonkol, Mavis Hill. Lela Cowardin, Beth 
Sanders, Lela Hall. Patricia Wrenn. Judy Randolph. Leslie Thump- 
son, Marion Purcell, Gretchen Craig. Leah Osgood, Roses Watson. 
Karen von Lelin. Kit Williamson. Anne Cheatham. Barbara Bonner. 
Alexa Draxler. Kay \ an Doren, Man* Stalling?, Peachy Lee. Alice 
DuPre. 



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First row: Sandra Sox. Polly Bait, Karen Vom Lehm, Mavis Hill, Georgia Roux. Second row: Barbara Bonner, Quincy Stewart, Marion Purcell, 
Patty Grier. Betsy Pliiffer. Third row: Anita Strickland, Dianne Littlefield, Dotty Walters, Gretchen Craig, Isabel Bandy, Barbara McKenzie. 




The Glee Club, under the direction of Miss Gate, 
presents programs for the students of St. Mary's and 
Raleigh citizens at Thanksgiving, Christmas, and 
Commencement. The originality of ihe group and 
their lovely voices create some of the most enjoyable 
moments which we have at St. Mary's. 

The Ensemble is composed of girls from the Glee 
Club who excel in voice. This group of talented girls 
presents a variety of programs for many community 
organizations. 



Ensemble 




Miss Geraldine Cate, Director 



First row: Barbara Bonner, Polly Hart. Sally Strong. Barbara MrKmzie. 
Betsy Phi Her. Susan Strong. Elizabeth Bird. Second row; Alice Gann. Sally 
Poindexter, Dottie Walters, Shirley Truitt, Gretchen Craig, Dianne Gould, 
Marion Purcell. 




Doctors' 
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DAUGHTERS' CLUB 
The Doctors' Daugh- 
ters' Cluh is an organi- 
zation for girls whose 
fathers are doctors. At 
various intervals through- 
out the year, the members 
perform volunteer serv- 
ices at the different hos- 
pitals in Raleigh. 



First row: Anne Chapman. Marilyn Stadler, Bartiara Boisseau. Second row: Roses Watson, Tay 
Ashford, Anne Hundley. Third row: Marsha Daniel. Missy Wilson, Sue White. Janie Jiuhl. Beth 
Sanders, Rosemary Sparkman, Cwen Brannon, Betty O'Bryan, Pom Harris, Marty Fales, Cornelia 
Fitzgerald, Kay Miller, Becca Kendriek. 



Granddaughters' Club 



St. Mary's girls whose mothers or grandmothers came to St. Mary's are members of the Granddaughters' 
Club. These girls serve the school by selling" address hooks and by helping at the various social functions at 
St. Mary's. 

Seated: Parks Freeze, Tay Ashford, Carol Cantwell, Lib Rawlings, Emaly Pemberton, Margaret Anderson. Jane Rougliton. Second row: Moya 
Lavin, Alice Stallings, Pom Harris, Lela Cowardin, Frances Lewis, Winborne Shaffer, Downey Maynard. June Peoples. Susan Dixey, Lee 
Hall, Alice Gribbin, Perry Grimes. Third row, kneeling: Molly Roper, Nancy Baker. Candy Carr, Leslie Thompson. Katherine Hodges. Cindy- 
Schwartz, Mary Parham, Matilda Gholson, Mary Emerson, Belle Williams, Jane Stronach. Fourth row: Ann McEachern. EUen Scurry. Miss Jane 
Augustine, Alumnae Secretary; Elizabeth Ponton, Susan Ehringhaus. Sally Stevens. Beth Sanders. Louise Albertson. Nancy Griffin, Bet Taylor, 
Haynes Walker, Panthea Twitty, Bert Bradshaw, Georgia Roux, Nelson Pemberton, Leah Osgood. Betsy Ross. Phyllis Cannon. Donna Day Bis- 
selte, Rosa Beckwith, President; Sue White, Julia Taylor. Nina Thiem. 



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May Day 



On the first week-end in May under the shade of 
the old oaks, the St. Mary's students in Mrs. Doris 
Bailey's dance elasses whirl the culmination of their 
weeks of preparation. Aliout four o'clock on Satur- 
day afternoon, alumnae, parents, and visitors were 
swept into a land of fantasy through the elaborate 
costumes, scenery, and intricate dances. This year's 
theme centering in New York City, became a place 
of excitement and opportunity as Susan Goode took 
the lead in conducting a tour. 



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Senior Class 




Mickey Singletary, vice-president; Gee Canada, president: Shirlex Keedwell. treasurer: Sandx Johnson, secretary. 

An inexplicable quiver runs through us as we register for the last time on Smedes porch. Familiar faces 
give us an "old sense of being." We find "little sisters," and we try to convince them that it"s not impossible 
to find their way hack from the village. In the hurry of the first weeks as Seniors, we soon discover that we 
really are the oldest . . . that we must set the example . . . and that we are what we made of ourselves. 




We share the weight of the 
world with Atlas as we fight 
the Trojan War on Summer 
Reading Tests. We remember 
Sandy chasing "the little man" 
. . . the masked strangers 
(alias Leak and Allen) on 
the front porch . . . Gee's beat- 
stick . . . third Holt . . . and 
the night "HE" called. Bull 
sessions, a "hand of bridge," 
afternoon "naps," and all the 
wonderful daydreams began 
to take the lead over study- 
ing. Exams arrived full force, 
and we abandoned everything 
(almost) except the books. 






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SENIORS 





MARGARET PURN ELL ILLEN Raleigh, N. C 

"A dancing shape, an image gay 
To haunt, to startle and waylay" 

Orchcsis '61-'63; Caperettea '62-'63; Dramatics Til'62; 
Y.D.C. '61-'63; Cold Cuts '61-'63i May [Jay '61-63; Annu 
Get Your Gun '62. /Hire in IT onderland '63; 1//*. 



FRANCES ANN L. ARNOLD Raleigh, N. C 

"Little friend at all tin- world." 
Y.D.C. '62-'63; May Day '61-'63; Sigma. 



ELEANOR HARTSHORN BAILEY Ashevffle, N. C. 

"Deeds not words shall speak for me. 11 

Stagecoach '61-'62; Dramatics Club '61-'62; May Day 
'61-'63; Aliar Guild '61-'63; Hall Council '63; Sigma. 



ISABEL McDOUCAL BANDY Greensboro, N. C. 

"Live every day as it thy last." 

Glee Club '61-'63; Y.D.C. '61'63; Ensemble '61'63: May 
Day '61-62; Caperettcs '62-'63; Cold Cuts '62-'63; Senior 
Superlative; 1/". 







EUGENIA MALLARD BARBER Scotland Neck. N. ( 

"Her ways are tears at pleasantness." 
Y.W.C.A. Y>2'63: Y.D.C. "62'63: Hall Council '63: Sigmi 



V \\\)\ -I E BATTLE Whitakers, N. 

"Saint abroad and devil at home." 

VI i.e. '61-'63; Belles T>2'63. Exchange Editor; Cold Cut 
"62-'63; May Dav '61'62; Sigma. 



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SENIORS 



NANCY SWINDELL BAUM Engelhard. N. C. 

7 agree with no man's opinions, I have some ol my own.'' 

Gbe Club '60-'61; Dramatics Club '61-'62; Muse '62-'63; 
Belles '62-'63; CCUN '61-'63, President '62-'63; Choir 
'61-'62; Crucifer '63; Hall Council '62-'63; Ma. 



ROSA HEATH LONG BECKWITH Warrenlon. N. C. 

"A vision of satirical splendor." 

Muse '61-'63, Editor '62-'63; Y.D.C. '61-'63; Granddaughters' 
Club '61-'63, President '62-'63; May Day '62; Sigma. 







SUSAN PENDER BELLINGER Charleston, S. C. 

"Always be ready to speak your mind. . . ." 
Y.R.C. '61 -'63; Ma. 



NANCY GOODE BEST Charlotte. N. C. 

"Something attempted, something done." 
Y.D.C. '61-'63; Y.W.C.A. '61-'63; May Day '61-'62; Sigma. 



ELIZABETH LAWTON BUERY Charleston, W. Va. 

L 7 no angel." 

Stagecoach '61-'63: Annie Gel Your Gun '61'62; Dra- 
matics Club '61-"63; Y.D.C. '61-'63; May Day '61-'62; Mil. 



DONNA DAY BISSETTE 



Greenville, N. C. 



"Man's love is of man's Hie a thing apart, it is a woman's 
whole existence." 

Granddaughter's Club '61-'63, Treasurer '62-'63; Y.D.C. 
'61-'63; May Day '61-'62; Dramatics Club '61-'63; Annie 
Get Your Gun '61-'63; Stacecoach '61-'62; Ma. 





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BARBARA LEE B0ISSEA1 



Petersburg, Va 



"A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wises 
men." 

Dramatics Club '61-'63; Y.D.C. "61-'63; Mav Day *61-*62; 

Mu. 



MARY SUSAN BOLAND Raleigh, N. C 

"She invokes no enemies and forgets no friends." 
Stagecoach *62-*63; Sigma. 



BERTRAM FRANCIS BRADSHAW Wilmington, N. C. 

"Why does the Devil have all the good times?" 

Granddaughter's Club '62-'63; Y.R.C. '62-'63, President '63; 
May Day '62; Ma. 



REBECCA BURTON BROWN 



Troutman, N. C. 



"Her voice was ever soft, gentle and low, an excellent thing 
in woman." 

Y.W.C.A. '62-'63; Y.D.C. '62-"63; Altar Guild , 62- , 63; Hall 
Council '63: Mu., 







VIRGINIA WELDON CABELL 



Charleston. W. V] 
id 



"/ do not fear tomorrow, for I remember yesterday 
love today." 

Swimming Club "62-"63; Belles "62: Stagecoach '63: Col 
Cuts '63: Slump Queen '63; Granddaughter's Club "62-*63 
Y.D.C. C.H.C. '62-*63; Sigma. 



ALICE DOBYNS CALHOUN 



Elkin. N. ( 



"For what do we live bat for to make sport for our neigl 
bors." 

Sigma. 



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GLADYS ELIZABETH CANADA 



clil.ur 



"Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot 
keep it from themselves." 

Senior Class President '62-'63; Circle '61*63; Junior Class 
Vice-President '61*62; Y.D.C. '60-'63; Stagecoach '61-'62; 
C.H.C.; Belies *60-'62; Dramatics Club *61-'63; Alice in 
Wonderland '63; Letter Club '60-'63; All Star; Cold Cuts 
*62-'63; Hall Council '63; May Day *60-*63; Sophomore 
Superlative; Senior Superlative; Outstanding Senior; Mu. 



PHYLLIS GRACE CANNON Raleigh, N. C. 

"Beauty and wisdom always say the same." 

Stagecoach '61-'63; Belles "61-*63; Granddaughters' Club 
'61-'62, Secretary '62-'63; Y.D.C. '61-'63; May Day '61-'63; 
Hall Council '63; .1///. 







V 



SUZANNE COURTENAY CANTY 



n, S. C. 



'7/ studying were the cause of death gladly would I live 
forever." 

Doctor's Daughter's Club *61'63; Altar Guild '61*63; 
Sigma. 



SARA WALLTON CARPENTER South Huston. Va. 

"Pleasure is more powerful than all tear of the penalty." 

Belles '61-'63; Altar Guild '62-'63; Stacecoach 5 61-'62; 
Sigma. 






KAY TERRY CHILDERS 



Raleigh, N. C. 



Silence and modesty are very valuable qualities in conver- 
sation." 

Dramatics Club '61-'63; Y.D.C. '61-'63; Sigma. 



DIANE SNAKEN13URG COFFEY Ralrinh. N. C. 

"A merry heart, a cheerful countenance." 

Orchesis '61-'63; Glee Club '61-'63: Alice in Wonderland: 
Mu. 





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SENIORS 





MARY NEWMAN COVINGTON Roanoke Kapiil-. N. ( 

"Laughter is my object; 'tis a property in man essentia 
to his reason" 

May Day Yil-Y.2: Y.D.C. '61-YJ3; Doctor's Daughter's Uul 
'61-'63; Sigma. 



MINNIE LOU CREECH Tarboro, N. (_ 

"fur if she will she will, you may depend on it." 

Stagecoach '61-'63; Y.D.C. '61-'63; May Day '61 -'63 
Sigma. 



DIANNE CROONENBERGHS Virginia Beach. Va. 

"A light heart lives long." 

Stagecoach - 61-'63: Belles '61-'63; May Day '61-'62; 
Y.D.C. '61-'63; Ma. 



CHARLOTTE DOUGLAS DuLOACH Camden, S. C. 

"The world belongs to the enthusiast." 
Y.R.C. '61-'63; May Day '61-'63; Sigma. 







MARGARET CREVENSTEN DIKES Orangeburg, S. ( 

"I irlae is its own reward." 

Canterbury Club '61-'62; Stacecoach '61-'63; May Da 
'61- '63; Sigma. 



MARY SIBLEY EMERSON Durham. N. ( 

"Disparage not my size. sir. 'tis what's within that rotints. 

Belles '61-'63: Granddaughters' Club '61-'63; Dramatic 
Cluh '62-'63; Y.D.C. '61-'62; Stagecoach '62-'63; Sigma 



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SENIORS 



ALICE MARTIN FALES W ilmingtcm. N. C. 

"No restraint, be it ever so little, but it is imprisonment." 

Doctor's Daughter's Club '61-'63; 5 .R.C. '61-'63; Y.W.C.A. 
'61-'63: Mu. 



JOY ISLEY FARLOW 



Greensboro. N. C. 



"7/ / could not go to heaven with <i party, I should not go 
there at all." 

Y.U.C. '61'63; May Day '61-'62; Cold Cuis '62-'63; l/». 







ANN SHERROD FARMER 



"The most useless name titty 
have not laughed." 



Wilson, N. C. 
i>f all is that in which tee 



Y.D.C. '60-'63; Secretary '62-Yi3: May Dav '5°-'63; Orchesis 
'61-'63; Caperettes '63: Hall Council '62-'63; Alice in 
Wonderland '62: Dramatics Club '62-'63; Belles '62-'63; Wu. 



CdKM'.l.l \ TRUSTUN FITZGF.R AI.D Owin S s Mills. Md. 

"Attempt the end nod never stand to doubt 
Vothing so hard but search nil! hod it out." 

Holies '61-'63; Altar Coil, I '61-'63; Y.W.C.A. '61-'63, Presi- 
dent '63: Y.R.C. '61-'63; May Day '61'63; Sigma. 



MARTHA COOPER FOWLER Statesville, N. C. 

"7 have a rendezvous with Lite." 

Dramatics Club '60-'63; Granddaughters' Club '60-'63: 

Y.D.C. '61'63: Altar Guild '61 -'63: Pygmalion Y>0'61: 

Annie Gil Your Gun '61-'62; Alice in Wonderland '62-'63; 
Cold Cuts '62-'63: Sigma. 



EULA PARKS FREEZE Randleman, N. C. 

"The force ot hoi merit makes hoi own way." 

Granddaughters' Club Y>l-Y>2; ^ .D.C. '61'62: \liar Guild 
'61-'62: Y.W.C.A. '61.'62; Sigma. 





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' 




MATILDA LAMB GHOLSON Henderson, N. C. 

"Kindness and gentleness to those who need it most.' 

Hall Council '62-'63; Circle "63; Y.D.C. '61-'63. Pr.--id.-ni 
'63; Granddaughters' Club "61-'63; Altar Guild Y,2-'63; 
Chief Marshal '62-'63; May Court '62-'63; Legislative Buffi 
'61-'62; Outstanding Senior; l/i/. 



BARBARA ANN GILBERT Raleigh, N. C 

"Today is yesterday's pupil." 

Business Manager, Stagecoach '62-'63; Posture Queen '62; 
Y.D.C. '61-'63; Library Assistant '61-'63; May Day V,2: Mu. 



LaVERNA ROBERSON GILLAM Windsor, N. C. 

"And whut she nobly thought, she truly did." 

Circle '62-'63; Letter Club '61'63; All Star '61'63; Vice- 
President of Student Government *62-'63; Legislative Body 
Chairman '62-"63; Honor Council '62-'63; Hall Council 
'62-'63; Outstanding Senior; Altar Guild Y)2-'63; Y.D.C. 
'61-'63, Vice-President;- Mu. 



CAROLINE JOANNE GLADSTONE 



lore, Va 



"// sweetness were insured in dollars, she would have a 
million." 

Doctor's Daughter's Club '61-"63; Ma. 





K^ 



\ 





BILI.IE LEE CLASS 



Concord, N. C 



"She that has learned hole to obey will know how' to com- 
mand." 

Stacecoach "61-"63: Y.D.C. '61'63: Y.W.C.A. '62-'63; Ma> 

Day *63: Sigma. 



SUSAN FRENCH GOODE Lumberton, N. C. 

"Her nature is a glass of champagne." 

Orchesis "61-"63, President "62'63; Cheerleader '59-'63; Ma 
Day '59-'63: Stagecoach "59'62: Hall Council "62'63; 
Letter Club '62-'63: Y.D.C. "59-'63: All Star '59-'60: Mar- 
shal '62-'63; Mu. 



SENIORS 



ALICE STRATTON GR1BB1N Tuscaloosa. Ala. 

"A willing heart, a helping hand, always ready on demand." 

Circle '63; Handbook Stall '61'62; V.D.C. '61-'63; May 
Day '62; Granddaughters' Club '61-'63. Vice-President '63; 
Altar Guild '61 -'63. President '62-'63; Alice in Wonderland 
'62; Stacecoach '61-'63; Muse '62-'63; Hall Council '62-'63; 
Mu. 



MARTHA PATRICIA CR1FF1N Raleigh, N. C. 

"Gentle of speech, beneficient of mind." 
Stacecoach '61-'62; Caperettes '63; Sigma. 







SOPHRONIA MOORE HALL Oxford, N. C. 

"Her smile, her look, her way of speaking gently." 

Choir '61-'63; Y.D.C. '61-'63; May Day '62-'63; Y.W.C.A. 
'62-'63; Granddaughters' Club '62'63; Hall Council '62-'63; 
Mu. 



LANDON LOWRV HARRIS 

"Jf here angels and devils 



Lynchburg, Va. 
jneet." 



Sea Saints '61-'63. Vice-President '63; Altar Guild '62-'63; 
Y.R.C. '61'63; Cold Cuts '62-'63; May Day '62-'63: Sigma. 



POLLY ROBERTSON HART Wendell. N. C. 

"Good humor and generosity carry the day." 

Glee Club '62-'63; Ensemble '62-'63; Altar Guild "62-'63; 
Mu. 



SUSAN JAMES HATHAWAY 



Elizabeth City, N. C. 



"There is a certain dignity to be kept up in pleasure as 
well as in business." 

Belles '62-'63; Altar Guild '62-'63: Y.D.C. '60-'63: Y.W.C.A. 
'62-'63; Mu. 





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SENIORS 





ALICE CHESHIRE HAYWOOD Raleigh, \. f 

"I leave my character behind me." 

Swcft Briar '61-'62; Honor Council *62-"63; Granddaughter 
Club '62-'63; Y.D.C. '62-'63; l/„. 



VAR \ ALLENE HENSON Asheboro, N. ( 

"If here worth are scarce, they are seldom spent in rain. 

Allar Guilil '62-'63; Acolyte '62-'63; Y.D.C. '61-'63; V/us 
'61-'62; fle/fes '61-'62; V.W.C.A. '62-'63: l/«. 



KAREN ANN HERNDON 
'Tile gentle mind by 



Albemarle, N. C. 
tntle deeds is known." 



Glee Club '62-'63; Hall Council '62-'63; Asst. Sec. of Hall 
Council '62-7S3; Y.R.C. '62-'63; May Day '61-'63; Sigma. 



KATHERiNE IUOUNT HODGES Washington. N. C. 

"Nothing is impassible to a willing heart." 

Y.D.C. '61-'63; Allar Guild '62- '63; Y.W.C.A. '62'63; Grand- 
daughters' Club '61-'63; Glee Club '62-'63; May Day T>2- - 63; 
Sigma. 







ROSANNE HOLLIS Ra.lin. N. ( 

"Let her own works praise her." 

May Day '62; Y.D.C. "61- '63: Altar Guild '61-'63; Belli 
'62-'63: Sigma. 



DIANNE LUCRETIA HOLLOWELL Hertford. N. <\ 

"Let gentleness my strong enforcement be." 
Sigma. 



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SENIORS 



LEE HENRY HOPKINS Ruxton, Mil. 

"To love the gome beyond the prize." 

Y.R.C. '62-'63; May Day '62-'63; Letter Club, President 
'62-'63; Sigma. 



JOANNA BAKER HOUSTON Ahoskie, N. C. 

'7 want to live arright from day to day. ' 

Y.D.C. '61-"63: May Day '61-'62; Belles '61-'63; Altar Guild 
'61-"63; Sigma. 







SUSAN JOSEPHINE HOUSTON 



Sylvester, Ga. 



"My heart has learned to glow from others' good, and melt 
al other's woe." 

May Day '62-'63; Dramatics Club '62-'63; Y.D.C. '61-'63; 
Sigma. 



ELIZABETH STEWART HOWIE Monro.-. N. C. 

"Here's to all my sweethearts — may they never meet." 

May Day , 62-'63: Y.W.C.A. '62-'63; Belles '62: Dramatics 
Club '62'63; Hall Council '62-'63; Sigma. 



ALICE B1RNIE HUBNER Greensboro. N. C. 

"Youth will have its fling." 

Y.D.C. '62-'63; Cold Cuts '62-'63; Cheerleader '62-'63; May 
Dav '62: Belles '62-'63; Sigma. 



SYLVIA HUNT Raleigh. N. C. 

-L 77.s' good to live and h am." 
Dramatics Club '61-'63; May Day '62-'63; 1///. 





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SENIORS 





NANNIE H\l GHTRY HUSSETf Tarboro, N. a 

"Flam a little spark may burst a mighty flume." 

Stacecoach '61-'63, Editor '63; Capereltes '62-'63; Ha 
Council '62-'63; Senior Superlative; Outstanding Senior 
The Miracle Worker; Annie Get Your Gun: Alice 
Wonderland; Altar Guild '62-'63; Dramatics Club '6 1 -'63 
Y.W.C.A. "62-'63; Y.D.C. '61'63; May Uay '61'63; Cob 
Cut- '62-*63; Sigma. 



ALICE ANNE JOHNSON 



Raleigh. N. C 



"That virtue only makes our bliss brittle: 
And all our knowledge in ourselves to know? 

Stacecoach '61 -'62; Sigma. 



CORNELIA MILLER JOHNSON Fayetteville, N. C. 

"Hitch your wagon to a star." 

Y.D.C. '61'63; Stacecoach '61-'63; Marshal '62-'63; Cheer- 
leader '61-'63; Altar Guild '61-'62; Hall Council '62'63: 
May Day '62; Cold Cuts '62- '63; Mu. 



SARA ALEXANDRIA JOHNSON Lake Wales, Fla. 

"Present mirth, hath present laughter.' 1 
Secretary of Senior Class '62-'63; Cold Cuts "62-"63; Mu. 







SHIRLEY VIRGINIA KEEDWELL Emporia. Vi 

"/ can resist everything except temptation" 

Cheerleader '61*63; May Day '62'63: Y.D.C. '62'63: Treas 
urer of Senior Class '62-"63: Hall Council '62'63: Sigmi 



REBECCA JOSEPHINE KENDRICK Lenoir. N. C 

"Heaven help me. I'm a will" 

Doctor's Daughters Club '61-'63: May Dav '61-'63: Y R.C 
'61-"63; Cold Cuts '62-'63: Y.W.C.A. '62-"63; Sigma. 



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SENIORS 



HARRIET SUSAN KING Florence, Ala. 

My style and my sentiments are all my own and purely 
original." 

Y.D.C. '61-'63; Legislative Body '61-'62, Secretary '62'63; 
May Day '61-'62; Lectures and Concert Committee '61-'63; 
Choir '62-'63; Altar Guild '62-'63; All Star '62-'63; Mu. 



MARY DARNELL KNIGHT Asheville, N. C. 

''Nothing is impossible to a willing heart." 

May Day '61-'62; Y.D.C. '61'62; Hall Council '62-'63; 
Sigma. 







MARY ELIZABETH LACKEY Shelby, N. C. 

"Some say she is quiet and demure; we who know her 
better look wise and say nothing." 

Muse Til -'63; Belles '61-'6.3, Assistant Editor '62-'63; May 
Day '61-'63; May Court '63; Y.D.C. '62-'63; Dramatics 
Club '61-'63; Marshal '62-'6.3; The Miracle Worker '62-'63; 
Sigma. 



BETSY DUNN LAMM Raleigh, N. C. 

"Those eyes, soft and capacious ns a cloudless sky." 
Y.D.C. '61-'63; Mu. 



MARY STELLA LEAK 



Charlotte, N. C. 



"The reason firm, the temperate will, endurance, foresight, 
strength and skill." 

Hall Council '62-'6.3, Chairman; Y'.D.C. '61-'63; Altar Guild 
'61-'63; May Day '61-'62; Belles '61-'62; Stagecoach '61-'63; 
Granddaughters' Club '61-'63; Legislative Body '62-'63; All 
Star '62-'63; Senior Superlative; Outstanding Senior; Mu. 



V1RGILTA BANKS LECGETT 



Elizabeth City. N. C. 



"Grace ivas in all her steps, heaven in her eye, in every 
gesture, dignity and love.' 7 

Glee Club '61-'62; Altar Guild '62-'63; Sigma. 





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SENIORS 





LEAH DEBOR Ml LE\ INK 



Kal.'iiili. N. ( 



'"Always wear a smile and people ui/l wonder what \mt'i 
thinking." 

Y.D.C. '61-'62; May Dav '62; Sigma. 



ILSE LOUSE LIEBSCHER Wayn.-s.vilK .N. ( 

"Be gone dull care." 

Y.D.C. '61-'63; May Dav '61-'63; Wu.se "62- - 63; Y.W.CJ 
'62-'63; 1/h. 



KAHERINE ANN LIGON Charlotte, N. C. 

"Perl was she and fond of flirting." 

Hall Council '62-'63; Altar Guild '61-'63; Stagecoach 
'62-'63; Y.D.C. '61-'63; May Day '61-'63; Sigma. 



HILDA HARDISON LITTLE 



Wadeshoro, N. C. 



"/I wise woman will make more opportunities than she 
finds.' 7 

Relics '62-'63; May Day '61-'62; Y.D.C. T>l-'63; Altar Guild 
'61-63; Y.W.C.A. '61-'63; Sigma. 







DIANNE LITTLEFIELD Charlotte, N. < 

"IT e may be as good as we please, if we please to be good 

Y.D.C. '61-'63; Belles '61-'63; May Day "61'63; Glee Clu 
'62-'63; Y.W.C.A. '62-'63: Altar Guild '61-63; Ma. 



LORETTA LEIGH LLOYD Raleigh, N. ( 

"My dreams are fair find light tor I am voting." 

Mu. 



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SENIORS 



BARBARA NELSON McKENZIE Gibson. N. C. 

"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm" 

Glee Club '61 -'63; Ensemble '61-'63; V.D.C. '61-'63. Treas- 
urer '62'63; May Day '61-'62; Mu. 



FRANCES ELAINE McLANAHAN Alberton, Ga. 

"All beauty whispers to the listening heart. 7 ' 

Mu Cheerleader '61V62; May Day '60-'62; Stagecoach 
'59-'62; Dramatics Club '59-'62; All Star '59-'62; Y.R.C. 
'59-'62; Orcbesis '62-'63; Marshal '62-'63; Hall Council 
'62-'63; Circle '62'63, Treasurer; Belles '60-'63; May Court 
'62-'63; Mu. 







FLORENCE LAWLESS McNEER 

"Dignity is a Iranian's be 



Lake Alfred, Fla. 
;/ virtue." 



Sea Saints '61-'63, Presicl ni '62-'63; \llar Guild '62-'63; 
Y.R.C. '61-'63; Dramatics Club '61-'63; Annie Get Your 
Gun: May Day 'f)2; Sigma. 



PATRICIA ANNE McNUI/H 
' To lend a hand to thosi 



Jacksonville, N. C. 
who need my aid." 



Altar Guild '61-'62; Dramatics Club Y,l-'62; May Day 
'61-'62; Canterburj Club '61-'62; Hall Council '62-'63; 
Handbook '62'63; Sigma. 



JESSATHA MacFARLAND Greensboro. N. C. 

"There's no dependence that can be sure hut a dependence 
upon oneself." 

Stagecoach Y>l-"62; Muse '61 -'63; Dramatics Club '61-'63 
President '62-'63; May Day '61-'62; Anni" Get Your Gun; 
Ring Around the Moon; Alive in Wonderland; The Miracle 
Worker; Sigma. 



fARBARA SUE MARTIN Charlotte. N. C. 

"A subtle blend of simplicity and sophistication." 

Mu Cheerleader '61-'63; Y.D.C. Yil'63: May Day '62: \li ai 
Guild '62-Y)3; Cold Cuts Y>2'63: Hall Council '62-'63; Mu. 





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SENIORS 





GENIE CAm MIDDLETON Pinewood, S. 

"Silence is the element in which great things fashion the 
selves." 

Y.D.C. '61-'63; May Day '62: Sigma. 



K\TH\RI\E \\ \RI.\G MII.I.ER 



London Bridfl 



"Let the world stifle, let the world go. 
A fig for care, a fig lor woe." 

Dramatics Club '61-'63; Cold Cut* '62'63; Sea I 
'61-'63; Handbook '61-'63; Y.R.C. '61'63; Y.D.C. '61-Y 
Canterbury Club , 61- , 62: Sigma. 



JENNIE MARIAN MOORE Charlotte. N. C. 

"Gentle in speech, sweet in disposition, modest in manner." 

Stagecoach '61-'62; Y.D.C. '62-'63; May Day '61-'62; Altai 
Guild '61'63; Mu. 



GAIL CHRISTIAN MURPHEY Richmond. Va. 

"Love life and live it daily." 

Choir '6l-'63; Y.R.C. '62-'63; Mu Cheerleader '61-'63; Altar 
Guild '61-'63; May Day '61-'63; Mu. 






T~ 




MARY LEWIS PARH\M 



Henderson. \. 



"Cheerfulness in a person is that which when people mi 
her makes them happy." 

Granddaughters' Club '61-'63, Secretary "61-Y>2: Y.D 
'61-'63; Altar Guilrl - 62-'63. Vice-President: May C 
'61-*62: Hall Council "62-'63: Sigma. 



FRANCES ELIZABETH PEGLES Monroe. N. 

"To live life is not a childish task." 

Belles '62 '63: Y.D.C. '60-'63; Y.W.C.A. YO-%2; Ifi 
Yil-'63: Dramatic- Club '61-'62; Stagecoach '61-'63; All 
Guild '61-'63: Mu. 



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SENIORS 



ELIZABETH NELSON PEMBERTON Yanceyville, N. C. 

'Character is the diamond that scratches all other stones." 

Hall Council '62'63. Secretary: Granddaughters' Club 
'59-'63, Treasurer "61-'63; Belles "59-'63, Sports Editor 
•62-'63; Stagecoach "59- - 61; Y.D.C. '59'62; Y.W.C.A. 
'59-'61: Dramatics Cluh '59-'61; May Day "61-'62; May 
Court *62-"63; Letter Club '60-'63; Vice-President of Sigmas 
*62-'63; All Star *60-'63; Outstanding Senior; Sigma. 



SARAH LOUISE PERKERSON 



La Grange, Ga. 



*'0/ every noble work the silent part is best; expression 
that which cannot be expressed " 

Stagecoach '61-'62; Muse '61-'62; Sigma. 







FLORENCE INEZ PITTS Morganton, N. C. 

"Energy and persistence conquer all things" 

Belles 'fi2-'63; President of Mu's '62-'63; May Day '61-'63; 
Orcliesis '62-'63; Dramatics Club "61-'63; Alice in Wonder- 
land "62-'63; Annie Get Your Gun '61-'62; Letter Club 
"61-*63; Mu. 



JEWELL LEE RAGSDALE 



Raleigh, N. C. 



"There's mischief in her eye." 

Caperettes '62-'63; May Day '61-'62; Chief Dance Marsha] 
'62-'63: Sigma. 



SARAH DLNSTON RAND 



Richmond, Ve 



"She has the heart to conceive, the understanding to direct, 
and the hand to execute." 

Belles '61-'63, Feature Editor '62-'63; Fire Captain '62-'63; 
Mus. 



JUDITH ANNE RANDOLPH Enfield, N. C. 

"A merry heart doeth good like a medicine." 

May Dav '61-'62; Y.W.C.A. '62-'63; Choir •62-'63; Y.D.C. 
'62-"63; Belles '62'63; Mu. 





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SENIORS 





II DITII ANN RHODES 



Raleigh, N. ( 



"A woman she seems of cheerful yesterdays and confide 
tomorrows" 

Handbook "62-'63; Caperettes, Secretary-Treasurer V)2-'6." 
Sigma. 



MARY EILEEN ROPER Kingsport, Ten 

"A dimple in the chin, the Deed's within." 

STACECOACH '61-'62; Handbook '62-'63. Editor ; Hall Com 
til '62-'63; Legislative Body '62-'63; Orchesis '62-'63; Alii 

in Wonderland '62-'63; l/«. 



SARAH HEATH ROPER Petersburg, Va. 

"For love makes the world go round." 
May Day '61-'62; Y.D.C. '61-'63; Mu. 



GEORGIA LINDSAY ROUX Savannah, Ga. 

"Fortune favors the bold." 

Glee Club '61-'63; Ensemble '61-'63; Dramatics Club '61-'63; 
May Day '61-'63; Orchesis '62-'63; Alice in Wonderland 
*62-'63; Sigma. 







JANE MICKEY SINCLETARY Princeton. N. 

"Friendship is the highest degree of perfection." 

Stagecoach '61-'62: Senior Class Vice-President *62-*6.' 
Hall Council '62-'63; May Dav "61-"62: Y.D.C. '61'62; Mi 
Court '62-'63; Vu. 



LADWALYA TIM SIRIMONKOL Bangkok. Thailar 

it rite me as one that loves his fellow men." 

Dramatics Club "59-'63; Choir "61-"63: Y.W.C.A. '61-"6: 
Altar Guild '61-'63; May Day '61-'62; Sigma. 



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SENIORS 



ANN FORTSON SMITH Limlale, Ga. 

"Character gives splendor to youth." 

Y.D.C. '61-'63; Sigma Cheerleader '61-'62; Y.W.C.A. '62'63; 
May Day '61-'62; Stagecoach '61-'62; Hall Couneil '62-'63: 
Assembly Chairman '62-'63; Sigma. 



SANDRA JEAN SOX Kenly, N. C. 

"The secret of success is consistency of purpose." 

Doctor's Daughter's Club '61-'63; Glee Club '62-'63; En- 
semble '62-'63; Sigma. 







HARRIET BURT SPRUIIX 

"She was a phantom of delight:' 

Granddaughters' Club "61-'63; Y.D.C. '61-'63; Stacecoach 
*61-'63; Y.D.C. '61-'63; May Day '61-'6.3; Mu. 



MARY FRANCES STANTON High Point, N. C. 

"It's not that I love work less, but that I love fun more." 
Stagecoach '61-'62; Y.D.C. '61-'63; May Day '61-'63; Ma. 



MARY ELIZABETH STEELE Winston-Salem, N. C. 

"She moves like a goddess and she looks like a queen." 

May Court '61-'63. May Queen '62-'63: Y.D.C. "61-'62; 
Sigma Cheerleader '61-'62: Sea Saints '62-'63; Marshal 
'62-'63; Sigma. 



SALLY HOLMES STEVENS Shiloh. N. C. 

With knowledge, she gained ivisdom and understanding." 

Freshman Class Vice-President '59-'60; Legislative Body 
'60-'62; Stacecoach '60-'62; Muse '60-'62; Choir '61-'fi2: 
Dramatics Club "59-'60: Y.D.C. '60-'62; Granddaughters' 
Club '59'63; Junior Class President '61-'62; Altar Guild 
'62-'63; Beacon '60-'61; Belles '62-'63, Editor '62-"63; Hal) 
Council '62-'63; CCUN '61-62; Senior Superlative; Mu. 




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SENIORS 





\\IT\GIi\i STRICKLAND Virginia Beach, W 

"Both wise and delightful too." 

Y.D.C. '61-'63, Vice-President '62-'63; Y.W.C.A. '62-63; Cle, 
Club '62-'63; May Day '62-'63; Allar Guild '62-'63; Sigma 



NINA GREEN THIEM Raleigh, N. C 

"We are sueh sluj] as dreams are made oj." 

Granddaughters' Clulj '61-'63; May Day '61'63; Hall Coun 
cil *62-*63; Sigma. 



REBECCA LOUISE T1MBERLAKE Wilson, N. C. 

"For if she will, she will, yon may depend on it." 

Relies '61-'63; Altar Guild '61-'63; May Day '61-'62; Y.D.C. 
'61-'63: Mu. 



CATHERINE RAVENEL TOWNSEND New Orleans, La. 

"Nowhere beats the heart so kindly." 
Doctor's Daughter's Club '61'63; Y.D.C. '62-'63; Mu. 







MARIAN WARNER TROTTER Alexandria. Vi 

"A little rebellion note and then is a good thing." 

Dramatics Club '61-"62: Muse "61-'62. Art Editor '62-'63 
Y.W.C.A. '62-'63; CCUN '62-'63: Mu. 



SHIRLEY OWEN TRl ITT 



Greensboro. N. ( 



"A daughter of the gods, divinely tall and most divinel 
fair.'' 

Glee Club "61'63: Ensemble '61-'63. Vice-President '62-'63 
Y.D.C. '62-"63; Altar Guild '62'63: Muse '62'63: Sigrrn 



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SENIORS 



CAROL TURNER Goldsboro, N. C. 

"I'm sure care's an enemy to life." 

Belles '61-"63, Business Manager '62-'62; Cold Cuts '62'63; 
Y.D.C. '61-'63; Altar Guild '62-'63; Mu. 



KAREN VON LEHN Cullowhee, N. C. 

"Sing and the hills will answer" 

Dramaties Club '61-'63; Annie Get Your Gun '62-63; Alice 
in Wonderland '62; Glee Club '61-'63. Vice-President '62-'63; 
Ensemble '61-'63. President '62-'63; Choir '61-'63; CCUN 
'61-'63; Muse '61-'62; Y.R.C. "61-'62; Mu. 







CAROLINE ANDERSON WALKER 



Savannah, Ga 



"True humor springs not mare from the head than from the 
heart." 

Belles '61-'63; Stacecoach "61-'62; May Day '62; Y.R.C. 
'61-'63; Hall Council '62-'63; Mu. 



GLORIA LEE WALKER Chapel Hill. N. C. 

"Happiness is cheaper than worry, so why pay the higher 
price." 

Y.D.C. '61-'63: Canterbury Club '61-'63; Y.W.C.A. '62-'63; 
Doctor's Daughter's Club "61-"63; Sigma. 



MERR1E HAYNES WALKER 



Albemarle, N. C. 



"A perfect woman nobly planned 
To warn, to comfort, and command." 

President of Student Government '62-'63; Chairman of 
Honor Council "62-'63; Legislative Body '59-'60, '62-'63; 
Circle '62-'63; Beacon '60-'61, President; Cold Cuts '62- '63; 
Granddaughters' Club '59-'63; Y.D.C. '60-'63, Secretary 
'61-'62; Junior Class Treasurer '61-'63; May Court '59-'63, 
Maid of Honor '63; Sophomore Superlative; Senior Superla- 
tive; Outstanding Senior; Sigma. 



PATRICIA REIDE WATSON Wilson. N. C. 

"This above all, to thine ownself be true." 

Honor Council '61-'63; Circle '62-'63. President; Choir 
!62-'63; Altar Guild '62'63; Caperettes '62'63: Y.D.C. 
"61-'63; Hall Council '62-'63; May Day '61-'63; Sigma. 





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SENIORS 



SUSAN JEAN WEAVER Washington, D. C. 

"Who bravely dares may sometimes risk a fall" 

Dramatics Club '63 -'62; Granddaughters' Club '61-'n2; 
Y.W.C.A. '62-'63; Annie Gel Your Gun 'Gl-"62; May Day 
'62-'63; l/«. 



PAULA SOU'THWICK WEED Asheville. N. C. 

"A merry heart makes a cheerful countenance." 
May Day '61'62. 







BETTIE FREEMAN WHITE 



Ralei»b. N. I 



"Tis strange what a woman may do and still be though 
an angel.' 

Hall Council "62-"63; Granddaughters 1 Club "61-'63. 



ISABELLA PESCUD WILLIAMS Raleigh. N. ( 

"Energy and persistence conquer all things." 

Dance Marshal '61-'62; Granddaughters" Club "ei-^: Ma 
Da\ '61-"62: President Dav Students '62-'63: Honor Counc 
"62^63: Legislative Body '62-"63: Hall Council '62'63 
Y.D.C. "62'63: Sigma. 



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REBECCA ANNE WILLIAMS 
Durham, N. C. 

"Life's a pleasant institution — let's take it us 
it comes." 



BRENDA PAYTON WRIGHT 
Mobile, Alabama 



"Laughter is 



un art. 



Y.W.C.A. '62 '63; 
'61-'63; Sigma. 



Y.D.C. •(il'M; Altar Guild 



Y.R.C. '61-'62; Altar Guild '61-'63; Dramatics 
Club '61-'63; Canterbury Club '61-"63; All 
Star '62-"63: Mu. 



CYDNE ANN WRIGHT 
Greensboro, N. C. 

"Thoughtless ul beauty, site was Beauty's 
se/L" 

Choir \59-'63, Secretary '60-'61, Vice-Presi- 
dent '61-'62; Dance Marshal '59-'60; Y.D.C. 
'59-'63. Vice-President - 61'62; Beacon '60-'61, 
Secretary-Treasurer '61; Sophomore Superla- 
tive; STACECOACH '61-'63; Secretary-Treas- 
urer of Student Government Y>2-'63; Honor 
Council Secretary '62-'63; May Day '59-'61, 
May Court '61-'63; Senior Superlative; Out- 
standing Senior; Hall Council '62-'63; Presi- 
denl of Caperettes '62-'63; Circle '62-'63, 
Secretary '62-'63; Mu. 





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Our world expands, and the "world 
situation," the fear of communist domi- 
nation, and a keen awareness of a Greater 
Being begin to focus in our lives. Sud- 
denly in a page of history or in the 
"quiet, cool night" as the lights dim in 
evening chapel, we pause in a moment of 
introspection realizing all that we have 
left undone and that we can never achieve 
all to which we aspired. With this reali- 
zation, we smile knowingly when the 
Freshman says, "I understand." 





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By the time of graduation, we understand that part of our lives is a vision, part a 
memory. Through our experiences at St. Mary's, our vision of the future has been en- 
riched as the memory of our college days grows dearer. Soon we will be saying, '"Now 
when I was in school. . . ." 





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The Circle 





Reide Watson, President 



Ctdne Wright, Vice-President 



Frances McLananhan, Treasur 



The Circle, an organization symbolic of unity, is to promote a co-operative spirit among the students, 
stressing high ideals of service, fellowship, citizenship, and scholarship. Members are: Matilda Gholson, 
Verna Gillam, Alice Gribbin, Frances McLanahan, Haynes Walker, Reide Watson, Cydne Wright, Nancy Baum, 
Cornelia Johnson, Shirley Keedwell, Nelson Pemberton, Elizabeth Ponton, Sarah Rand, Mickey Singletary, Ann 
Smith, Sally Stevens, Roses Watson, Belle Williams, Cindy Schwartz. 






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The Beacon 




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Mary Lindsay Smith. President 



Gretchen Bullard, Secretary-Treasur 



The Beacon is an honorary high school organization whose purpose is to promote school spirit in the 
underclassmen. 



Gretchen Bullard 
Candy Carr 
Mary Stuart Dent 
Monica Goubaud 
Perry Grimes 
Dudley Lester 



Ella Reese Mayer 
Mary Ravenel 
Ann Richert 
Dianne Ricks 
Lynn Rothstein 



Winbourne Shaeffer 
Ann Hoover Smith 
Mary Lindsay Smith 
Susan Spaulding 
Alice Tripp 
Missey Wilson 



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Commercial Class 




Terry Barnes. Secretary; Jo Ann van Arnum. Treasurer; Dutch Kendal. Vice-President: Marsha Mustard. President. 



The maddening click of typewriter keys and scribbled curly lines begin to form a pattern. '"Greek" 
turns into "Dear Sir:", and typing forty words a minute soon seems like singing nursery rhymes. The lan- 
guage of the business world assumes familiarity, and competent secretaries are the finished results of this 
department. 



Commercial Class 




Eleanor Terry Barnes 
Elm City, N. C. 



Myrna Catherine Dixon 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Diane Jane Gould 
Halifax, Virginia 



Florence Jean Kendall 
Baltimore, Maryland 



Marilyn Elizabeth Koonce 
Fayetteville, N. C. 



Virginia Franklin Lynn 
Raleigh, N. C. 





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Marsha Sonnners Mustard 
Ralei-h, N. C. 



Joanne Van Arnam 
Raleigh, N. C. 





Mary Elizabeth Steele 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 





May Queen 
1963 











Maid of Honor 



Merrie Haynes Walker 
Albemarle, N. C. 




May Court 



Jane Mickey Singletary Ann Gaskill Hundley 

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Ihrie Poc Carr 




May Court 



Mary Elizabeth Lackey Elizabeth Nelson Pemberton 

113 



Elsie Dunn Hines 




May Court 



Elizabeth Geneva Herndon Rosemary Lee Sparkman 

114 



Matilda Lamb Gholson 




May Court 



Frances Ellen Leonard Frances Elaine McLanahan Cydne Ann Wright 

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Outstandir 



GEE CANADA 




By her enthusiasm and her interest in everyone 
at St. Mary's and her energetic leadership, Gee has 
shown herself to be a capable and admired Senior 
Class President. Her contributions to school spirit 
and her records of achievement, render her a well- 
loved and never-forgotten leader. 



MATILDA GHOLSON 

An amiable personality, an ever-present smile, 
and a fun-loving nature win friends for Matilda 
wherever ■ she goes. Possessing a will to work and 
an unselfish attitude, whatever the undertaking, 
Matilda gives her all. With her charming sense of 
humor, this outstanding senior goes her way making 
everyone she meets happier. 




VERNA GILLAM 



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A combination of good sense and good taste, 
Verna is the essence of dependability and reliability. 
She recognizes her responsibility in the performance 
of her every task and always does more than her 
share. Verna has set the highest standards for her- 
self and has successfully maintained them. 



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NANNIE HUSSEY 

Nannie's charm and friendliness have made her 
loved by all. Her versatility and capability char- 
acterize her as a well-rounded student and an out- 
standing leader. Behind her bubbling nature and 
merry laughter, there lies a distinct air of serious- 
ness which complements her high ideals. 





MARY STELLA LEAK 

Enthusiastic and conscientious, Mary Stella is 
always eager to serve others. With a warm smile 
and a friendly greeting, she finds time to fulfill her 
many duties. Being an outstanding leader and a 
willing follower have made Mary Stella an impor- 
tant part of St. Mary's. 



NELSON PEMBERTON 

Sportsmanship, leadership, scholarship — these 
characteristics are significant of Nelson's many out- 
standing qualities. She is known for her ready wit, 
good disposition, and mild manner. Nelson's sin- 
cerity of purpose and her awareness of obligation to 
duty have made her a real asset to St. Mary's. 





Outstanding Seniors 



HAYNES WALKER 

Haynes' friendly "mile and her genuine concern 
for her fellow students are well-known to everyone. 
She has contributed immeasurably to St. Mary's 
through her sacrifice of time and energy in her 
every endeavor. Sincerity, maturity, unquestionable 
ability, and never-ending interest — these traits have 
won for Haynes a unique place in the hearts of her 
many friends. 



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CYDNE WRIGHT 

Cydne's sincere efforts to uphold a high sense of 
honor at St. Mary's makes her one of the most re- 
spected leaders of the school. Her trustworthy char- 
acter and her sound principles are recognized by 
all. Cydne is a good student and a favorite of 
everyone — a combination that cannot be beaten. 




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Top /o bottom: Susan Goode, Betsy Steele, Elizabeth Lackey, Frances McLanahan, 

Cornelia Johnson. Matilda Gholson, Chief Marshal. 



Matilda Gholson. C/tie/ Marshal 



The six marshals elected 
each spring from the rising 
Senior Class usher at chapel 
services and at school enter- 
tainments. An old tradition, 
as one of the duties of the 
chief marshal is the dropping 
of a handkerchief after gradu- 
ation services to signify the 
official closing of the school 
year. 




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Senior 



Cydne Wright 
BEAUTY 








Haynes Walker 
POISE 



Kathy Ligon 
STYLE 



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Superlatives 





Sally Stevens 
INTELLECT 



Lee Hopkins 
SPORTSMANSHIP 




Flo Pitts 
SCHOOL SPIRIT 



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Senioi 



Sandy Johnson 
WIT 





Gee Canada 
POPULARITY 



Matilda Gholson 
PERSONALITY 



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Mary Stella Leak 
DEPENDABILITY 




Nannie Hussey 
VERSATILITY 




Isabel Bandy 
TALENT 



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Staj 



Time swiilly hurries past, carrying with it price- 
less moments — the 1962-'63 Stagecoach is an effort 
to preserve some few of the memories which fill our 
college days. The staff has worked diligently and 
eagerly trying to capture the spirit at St. Mary's. 
Individual ideas have been put together to give an 
impression of St. Mary's 1962-1963. 



$&&*:&.£$£ 



Nannie Hussey, Ediior 




First row: Nannie Hussey. Cornelia Johnson, Weldon Cabel. Louise Clark. Peggy Dukes. Frances Pegues. Mary Stuarl 
Dent. Billie Glass. Second row: Carohn Broun, Janet Price. Kate Smoot. Dianne Croonenberghs. Margaret Anderson. 
Alice Gribbin. Clare Garden. Terry Allen. Man Ann King. Bet Taylor. Macon Remsberg. Libby Beur\. Martha 'Weeks. 



3ach 



The Business Staff of the Stagecoach exerts a 
co-ordinated effort in its attempt to sell advertise- 
ments. Deadlines, square inches, and dollar signs 
contribute to the carefully drawn layout pages. A 
final meeting of the business and editorial staffs puts 
the last check of approval on what is to be the 1962- 
'63 Stagecoach. 




Barbara Gilbert. Business Manasei 




Left to right: Debbie Levine, Jewell Ragsdale. Carol Ashley. Barbara Gilbert. Elsie Ives. Betsy Johnston. Libby Beury. 



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